State Workers Comp Administrators – Best List To Use
This question on state Workers Comp administrators was emailed to us last week. One of my default lists that I keep bookmarked is the North Carolina Industrial Commission‘s list.
The Industrial Commission’s website administrator Robert McDowell does a great job of keeping the list up-to-date. In fact, the list was updated only two weeks ago. I have used this list for many years as a quick reference.
The state Workers Comp administrators list even covers such jurisdiction as Guam and The Navajo Nation. The list also contains the Canadian Provinces.
You may want to bookmark that website for a return trip or two when you need to know the jurisdiction’s contact very quickly. The list is free to use.
You can always go a Google or DuckDuckGo web search to find information beyond just the state Workers Comp administrator’s list. DuckDuckGo is a powerful web search provider that does not track your searches.
The US Dept of Labor also has a list of State Workers Comp officials which has a clickable map. The site is not as comprehensive as the North Carolina Industrial Commission website. The clickable map is nice as a fast way to get to the agencies’ website info and telephone numbers.
The two websites mentioned earlier in this article are the ones that I have used over the past 10 years or more
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